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Pepe Mel has been officially unveiled as West Bromwich Albion manager at the Hawthorns.
Read more on the appointment here.
West Bromwich Albion will officially unveil Pepe Mel as their new head coach later today.
He will take charge of the team for the first time on Monday night against Everton.
New Baggies boss Pepe Mel took to the training ground for the first time today.
The 50-year-old Spaniard met with assistant Keith Downing, before getting acquainted with his new squad.
He could be seen shaking hands with experienced defenders Steven Reid and Jonas Olsson, as well as goalkeeper Ben Foster amongst others:
New West Bromwich Albion Head Coach, Pepe Mel, has tweeted about his first training session in charge of the club.
He said he was pleased with the players after their workout.
In a statement, West Bromwich Albion's Sporting and Technical Director Richard Garlick said Mel's appointment 'concluded an extensive recruitment process during which [the club has] cast the net far and wide'.
West Bromwich Albion have appointed Pepe Mel as their new Head Coach, the club announced tonight.
Mel has signed an 18-month contract and takes over from Keith Downing, who took charge of the team for five games after Steve Clarke was sacked last month.
Spaniard Mel will be supported by Downing and Dean Kiely, who are continuing as Assistant Head Coach and Goalkeeping Coach respectively.
His first game in charge will be at home against Everton on Monday 30 January.
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A big name in Spain but little known in England, we take a look at West Brom's new Head Coach, Pepe Mel.